Sams Teach Yourself SAP R/3 in 10 Minutes covers general tasks including basic navigation skills, working with master data and running reports. With Timesaving Tips, Plain English definitions, Panic Button advice and easy-to-follow tutorials that can be completed in 10 minutes or less, you can get productive immediately. Covers the general SAP functions that every end-user of SAP-based applications must know. The book focuses on the user interface, access issues, and basic navigation skills using mini-tutorials. You'll learn all the essential tasks for running SAP-based applications smoothly and easily. 10 minutes is all you need to learn how to log on to SAP R/3, access the SAP R/3 modules, use basic navigation skills, work with master data, generate reports, read and interpret common error messages, and access extensive online help features.
1. Accessing SAP R/3.
What You Need Before Logging On. Working with Clients and Client Names. Logging On.
2. Using the SAP R/3 Interface.
Looking at the SAP R/3 Interface.
3. Getting Around the Screen.
User Requirements for This Lesson. Getting to an SAP R/3 Document Entry Screen. Getting Around an SAP R/3 Document Entry Screen. How the Fields Are Used.
4. Moving Between Screens.
User Requirements for This Lesson. The Difference Between Back and Exit. Screen Buttons and Scrollbars. Scrolling Around a Screen. Understanding the Menus.
5. Using Basic Help.
Online Help in SAP R/3. Where to Start with Help. Searching the Help Files. The Glossary. Getting Help on Messages.
6. Using Task-Level Help.
What You Need for This Lesson. What Task-Level Help Can Do for You. Getting to the Right Help Module.
7. Creating a Document.
User Requirements for This Lesson. Creating the Purchase Requisition. Using Default Data.
8. Using Matchcodes.
User Requirements for This Lesson. Exploring Matchcodes. Using a Different Matchcode. Text Searching and Wildcards. Other Ways of Searching.
9. Displaying a Document.
User Requirements for This Lesson. Doing a Direct Lookup. Looking Up with Matchcodes.
10. Changing a Document.
User Requirements for This Lesson. Finding the Document. Changing a Line Item. Adding and Deleting Line Items.
11. Using List Display.
User Requirements for This Lesson. Reporting with List Display.
12. Generating Reports and Printing.
Selecting and Generating Reports. Other Reports. Printing.
13. Using Variants.
What You Need for This Lesson. Creating and Saving Variants.
14. Editing Text.
What You Need for This Lesson. Adding and Editing Text.
15. Using Master Data.
What You Need for This Lesson. Kinds of Data. Maintaining Data in a Master File.
16. Using User Parameters.
What You Need for This Lesson. Setting Up the User Parameter.
17. Using User Menus.
What You Need for This Lesson. Setting Up a User Menu.
18. Using Transaction Codes.
What You Need for This Lesson. Getting Directly to a Transaction.
19. Customizing Your User ID.
20. Understanding Configuration.
Adapting to Your Specific Requirements. What About Things SAP R/3 Doesn't Do?
21. SAP R/3 and the Internet.
Doing Business on the Web with SAP R/3. Visiting SAP's Home Page on the World Wide Web. Reading the Newsgroup.
22. Kinds of Business Documents.
Kinds of Business Documents.
23. SAP R/3 Industry Solutions.
What Is an Industry Solution? Industry Solutions and the Future.
24. Where to Go from Here.
Haven't We Had Enough Help Already? Get It Online. Practical Advice for Training and Getting Trained. It's in Your Hands Now.
Appendix A. Sales and Distribution, Materials Management, and Production Planning Modules.
Sales and Distribution. Materials Management. Production Planning.
Appendix B. Quality Management, Plant Maintenance, and Human Resources Modules.
Quality Management. Plant Maintenance. Human Resources.
Appendix C. Financial Accounting, Controlling, Asset Management, and Project System Modules.
Financial Accounting. Controlling. Asset Management. Project System.